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Living space
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let the lack of space stop us,” Frances says. See more of this home
Chris and his friend turned a shed into this guest room. It opens to the yard.An oversize Christmas card from Commune, where Frances used to work, and a large poster adorn the plywood walls. Frances upholstered the built-in daybed
his friend turned a shed into this guest room. It opens to the yard.An oversize Christmas card from Commune, where Frances used to work, and a large poster adorn the plywood walls. Frances upholstered the built-in daybed with awning-stripe fabric. Above, shelves hold the Merrills' collection of L.A. noir
friend turned a shed into this guest room. It opens to the garden.An oversized Christmas card from Commune, where Frances used to work, and a large poster adorn the plywood walls. Frances upholstered the built-in daybed with awning-stripe fabric. Above, shelves hold the Merrills’ collection of L.A. noir
“Casual beauty” — carrie_yogini108
Pink Door
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she says. It was her assistant who suggested pink, inspired by a favorite front door she had seen in New Orleans. "I loved it immediately," Frances says. Frances ended up favoring the aluminum siding because of how easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is all that's needed.
she says. It was her assistant who suggested pink, inspired by a favorite front door she had seen in New Orleans. "I loved it immediately," Frances says. Frances ended up favoring the aluminum siding because of how easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is all that's needed. Door paint: Wildflower; exterior
she says. It was her assistant who suggested pink, inspired by a favourite front door she had seen in New Orleans. “I loved it immediately,” Frances says. Frances ended up favouring the aluminium siding because of how easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is all that’s needed. Door paint: Wildflower;
“Awesome door color” — chrisav21
Vintage chair
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red vintage chair is a yard sale find. Frances' grandmother made the needlepoint pillow when Frances was born. A painting of Owls Head Light, a lighthouse in Maine where the Merrills spend a lot of time, hangs above the chair. It was a birthday gift from Frances to Chris. Wall paint: Chelsea Grey, Benjamin
red vintage chair is a jumble sale find. Frances’ grandmother made the needlepoint cushion when Frances was born. A painting of Owls Head Light, a lighthouse in Maine where the Merrills spend a lot of time, hangs above the chair. It was a birthday gift from Frances to Chris. Wall paint: Chelsea Grey, Benjamin
red vintage chair is a yard sale find. Frances’ grandmother made the needlepoint pillow when Frances was born. A painting of Owls Head Light, a lighthouse in Maine where the Merrills spend a lot of time, hangs above the chair. It was a birthday gift from Frances to Chris. Wall paint: Chelsea Grey, Benjamin
“Door painted as walls” — maxinewadhwani
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La Maisonnette - Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
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Wow! For our Europe trip..... Frances & I.
La Maisonnette -Beynac - E-Cazenac, France
next year summer trip to france.
It's in France. That's all I need! And to wake
All rustic cottage in France
Beautiful fanciful picture....France...
La Maisonette in Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
a rustic castle in France
Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
FRANCE Location: Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
Beymac-et-Cazenac, France
La Maisonnette - Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
Holiday france
“Back yard.” — texasluz
Must-Know Moderns
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Villa Savoye (1931), Poissy, France, designed by Le Corbusier Photograph: Dave Morris's photostream on flickr, used under the Creative Commons license.
Villa Savoye (1931) Poissy, France by Le Corbusier
Le Corbusier: Villa Savoye, France 1931
Villa Savoye Year built: 1931 Architect: Le Corbusier Location: Poissy, France Visiting
Villa Savoye (1931), Poissy, France, designed by Le Corbusier
Villa Savoye Year built: 1931 Architect: Le Corbusier Location: Poissy, France
Villa Savoye Year built: 1931 Architect: Le Corbusier Location: Poissy, France Visiting info: Individual and group tours available Must know: This weekend house near
Villa Savoye. Poissy, France. Le Corbusier. 1931
Le Corbusier: Villa Savoye, 1931, Poissy, France Tipes: Op pilare, losstaande fassade voor, "ribbon windows",oop vloer-
“Le Corbusier 1931” — daniebart
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La Maisonnette - Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
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The stone color and it is in France
VRBO in France #255275
All rustic cottage in France
front courtyard - France
18. Bright, Rustic Cottage in FranceLike something out of a fairy tale, this French cottage — called La Maisonnette — spoke to the romantic side of Houzz readers. They couldn't get enough
La Maisonnette - Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
Balcony in France.
“side entrance” — emilycamille
FABRE/deMARIEN
Passage Buhan
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This former garage in France has become a home fronting on a village street.” “a new home. French photographer Jérémie Buchholtz wanted a modern house but didn't want to break the bank. When he found an old garage for sale near downtown Bordeaux, France, Buchholtz pounced on it and recruited
former garage in France has become a home fronting on a village street.
The architects at Fabre/deMarien in Bordeaux, France, transformed this
in Bordeaux, France. Although the location of this space is close to the city center, that bit of luck happened by pure chance. Buchholtz and the architects were much more interested in finding a space the right size and cost to convert.
The Houzz: Former garage in Bordeaux, FranceBy: Fabre/deMarienTip:
“Small space” — cbes191919
La Pauline
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potential place to stay in France
6. La PaulineAix-en-Provence, FranceLa Pauline, named after Napoleon Bonaparte's sister, has a beautiful 18th-century ambience that pays tribute to its namesake. While the historic chateau has been updated, it still retains the quaint feel of Aix-en-Provence.
b and b in France
“roof deck” — sallycan
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